Flight 93 National Memorial

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Flight 93 National Memorial

Address:National Park Service
109 W Main St, Suite 104
Somerset, PA 15501

Phone:814-443-4557
Fax:814-443-2180
Web: www.flight93memorialproject.org
Size: 2,262 acres.
Established: Authorized as a national memorial on September 24, 2002; General Management Plan written and reviewed during the summer of 2006.
Location:Memorial to be built in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, 80 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
Special Features:Memorial will honor the 40 passengers and crew members of Flight 93 who lost their lives in a struggle with hijackers who had overtaken the plane on the morning of September 11th, 1991.

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